UPDATE, June 26, 2015
The 8:00-8:50am session "Health and Healthcare in the 114th Congress" has been replaced by "The Supremes' Latest Hit: The Affordable Care Act Survives Another Test." This session will discuss yesterday's US Supreme Court decision to uphold Obamacare's federal subsidies, and it will feature five Washington insiders: former US Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, the former Director of the White House Office of Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle, former Senate Majority Leader and physician Bill Frist, former US Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and former Congressman Henry Waxman. The session will be moderated by The Atlantic's Washington Editor-at-large, Steve Clemons, and will be held in the McNulty Room in the Doerr-Hosier Center.
The 7:45am Scholars Breakfast has been postponed until tomorrow. This event will take place at the same time and location. Only the date has been changed.
The 8:00am Physical Literacy session will be rescheduled for tomorrow. More details to come. Check the app for updates.
Two "Late Breaker" sessions have been added. At 10:20am, Ruth Katz, executive director of the Institute's Health, Medicine, and Society Program, will lead a discussion, "Does Women's Viagra Turn You On?" with Dr. Paula Johnson, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and executive director of Connos Center for Women's Health and Gender Biology, and Dr. Saketh Guntupalli, a gynecologic oncologist from Aurora, Colorado. This will be held in the Kaufman Room in the Doerr-Hosier Center.
And at 3:00pm, Sister Carol Keehan, CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, and Rachel Kyte, World Bank vice president and special envoy for climate change, will discuss "Is the Vatican a Climate Changer?" with Elliot Gerson, Institute executive vice president of policy and public programs and international partners, in the Marble Garden Tent.
Last Minute Substitutions
For the 1:15-2:45pm Deep Dive, "The Power of Data to Transform Health," Marc Jacobsohn, senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, will replace Josh Sullivan as a panelist.
For the 3:00-4:00pm tutorial, "Mission Possible: Social Entrepreneurs on the Frontiers of Health and Development" in the Booz Allen Hamilton Room in the Koch Building, moderator Josh Lozman will be replaced with Maura O'Neill, former Chief Innovation Officer at USAID now at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.
For the 7:30-8:30pm session at Belly Up Aspen, "Getting It Right: Health in the Media," Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News will replace Sarah Kliff of Vox as a panelist.
Off Campus Events
Tonight at the Hotel Jerome Ballroom, 7:30-8:30pm, "Undaunted Stories from the Frontlines of Global Health" will share stories about building silo-busting connections during health crises from Sierra Leone to Nepal and beyond. This event will be led by John Cary, a writer, speaker, and strategic advisor to the TED Prize; and Courtney E. Martin, entrepreneur, weekly columnist for On Being, and a strategist for the TED Prize.